Haney (6-2, 210) had an average 15-yard snap time of 0.77 seconds at a camp this past spring, according to Rubio’s website.
“Really liked what I saw of Haney at VEGAS XXVI in May,” Rubio writes of Haney. “His hands are very quick and so are his legs. He does a solid job of getting his lower half involved. Would love to see him lower his butt just a tad more and snap FULL speed at all times.
“Love to see him be a bit smoother and work on controlling his body movements. Right on the cusp of greatness.”
Haney played both linebacker and handled the long snapping duties at Capital Christian High (see video below).
Washington State’s incumbent long snapper is Lucas Gravelle, a 6-0, 218-pounder who will be a fourth-year junior this coming season. He is backed up by Kyle Celli (6-1, 230) who will be a third-year sophomore.
Video of Haney: